Dave here from the Guru Team :)
So Google may not index pages for a few reasons, mainly being:
These issues can vary and it does look like you have a lot of pages to identify where the issues lie. To make this whole process much more straightforward I think an App would really help in this case! Take a look at SEO Manager - it's a fantastic app that can certainly assist with this task of getting your indexing and SEO up to speed :)
I hope this helps!
All the Best,
Dave | Shopify
You have about 880 page indexed: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ahttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.livettes.eu&start=0&rct=j
Sometime Webmaster tools do not report the right data espacially on new sites.
Id like to correct Dave a bit. To see the following info a page needs to be already crawled and indexed:
So they can't be factors in indexing. Things like 404 is a factor in excluding from search results. Duplicate title and content has no real influence but the GSC has a report on them which is more about helping people identify potential duplicate content. With Duplicate content you get what is called content canibalisation, which is where you end up having multiple pages comepeting for the same search results, which is sub optimal.
I'd worry first about your low page indexing count. Mercea indicated that you are actually indexed, but the sitemap is not reporting it. The first check is to make sure you are looking at the correct property in the search console. E.g. with https and with www. The wrong property will not match up with the sitemap and therefore will not show much indexing.
It is really strange because suddenly indexed page number incresed from 20 to 219... ? Maybe I need to add sitemap once more time for all properties?
Bellow I atached pictures from google webmaster. Still google can't index images...
Main property - https://www.livettes.eu/
property - https://livettes.eu/
property - http://livettes.eu/
Shopify seems to be hit and miss at getting those index counts to show for images. Sometimes I see them, somtimes I don't. Things are complicated as the images are on a third party property that you don't perdonally have verified.
Shopify also adds the images to a page in a way that often the image URL in the sitemap does not actually get used on the page. Google needs to find the image URL when crawling the page, in order to show it in the sitemap count.
Go to Google Image search and search for site:https://www.livettes.eu
That will show you the actual images Google has found. If you view the images you will see that the image urls are sized versions, and not the original URL used in the sitemap. In your case the URL includes _1024x1024. Those are the image URLs used on the actual page, and what Google has found. As they don't match your sitemap, it will not count them.
I think the best solution is to direct Google to crawl and index the full size images, but I think that would require some playing around with how the product pages work, and some testing of how Google is picking up the images, which would be time consuming.
It's on my list of things to do.
Thank you for your reply. In google image search appears +/- 100 images from my website but actual image count could be 400-500 images. As I am selling interior products it is very very important to get my images on google. Because when people search for wallpaper they want to see images.
Also it seems that all my alt texts for images are usless because google don't see them?
You mentioned that solution is to direct Google to crawl and index the full size images but that would need some time. Could you tell approximately time this process could take. Maybe there is something I could help with?
Time is unknown until I get the time to look into it! But I suspect it will take a while (weeks) of testing to see how Google indexes things.